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  1. DWK

    DWK ODSC-OFTR Member

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    BB Trail Ride Flyer.PNG

    Beagle Bash Trail Ride 2019
    Part of the OFTR Series


    Sunday April 28/2019
    Start:
    Pavilion behind arena, 30 Albert St., Langton, Ont
    After ride BBQ available
    Entry: Post entry only- $50 cash
    Times: Sign-in Sunday 7:30-9:30 am, Rider’s meeting at 10:00, Start- 10:15
    Go to sound test before registering.
    Fuel available will be at a gas station.
    Course: Course is mainly single track. Difficulty level is 3-4 out of 5.
    Soil is sandy to sandy loam. Difficult sections will have by-passes.

    Motorcycle:
    All motorcycles must be Ontario road legal. (Blue Plated).
    Working headlight, tail light, horn and mirror. Proper tires.
    Bikes must be quiet. Maximum sound level of 94db as per test procedure.
    Spark arrestor required.

    Rider Info:
    All riders must have a motorcycle licence.
    No organizational membership required.
    Rider’s under 18 must have waiver signed by both parents and brought to event.
    MINOR PARTICIPANT ASSUMPTION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISK &
    MINOR WAIVER FOR BOTH PARENTS
    Information and waiver forms: Marc 519-472-0061 marcg123@bell.net
  2. Erick Tuin

    Erick Tuin ODSC-OFTR Member

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    I haven't entered anything like this before. I usually just go exploring around home on my 690. I only live an hour away in Dunnville. would I be alright doing this on a 690? or is this a high speed race like event for 250-450 bikes?
  3. Twoinsane

    Twoinsane ODSC-OFTR Member

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    If you look up beagle bash on YouTube you can get an idea of what you're getting into.
  4. DWK

    DWK ODSC-OFTR Member

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    We have had big bikes ride before. Remember you are riding enduro trails which are a lot tighter than dual sport trails.
  5. MEZERR

    MEZERR Limited User

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    The Beagle Bash trail ride is a ride at your own pace event. There are two events happening on the same day. First, the Enduro Racers take off, as it's part of their racing series, then an hour later the rest of us take off. Nobody in the trail ride is racing each other. Ride ad your own pace, and have fun! The course is all arrowed out, and whenever you feel like you've had enough, you can turn around and take the road home. Last year I was following a KLR650, so bigger bikes do come out as well. Majority of the trail is tight single track, but that doesn't mean you have to race through it. Take your time, and have fun!

    Here's a video that shows the beginning of the event:



    And here's the trail ride:

  6. Erick Tuin

    Erick Tuin ODSC-OFTR Member

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    Last question.... is there a GPX file? or no gps needed due to the flags?
  7. michel mondou

    michel mondou ODSC President

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    No GPS. Follow the arrows
  8. DWK

    DWK ODSC-OFTR Member

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    Weather report for Sunday is possible shower at 8:00 am and showers late in the afternoon. Riding should be dry but cool.